The 15 year old girl inside me squeed today when Donnie Wahlberg tweeted this picture of shirtless New Kids in the locker room. I mean if you get over the ugly ass mustaches that seem to blanket their upper lip like a dead misplaced happy trail. It’s not attractive boys. It’s not attractive. New Kids, if you can’t afford the shaving cream and the razor, well, then I would talk to the wizard (ya, Jared, I am looking at you). I am sure that the wizard can sort through the blockheads and find someone capable of waxing that mustache that looks like you can not grow a beard. For that, my inner fan girl, is not fan girling. It’s walking to CVS, looking to send you some razors and shaving cream.
I’m disappointed for two reasons. The first being that last night was the season finale of GIRLS. The second is that I only get to break down one episode with you and now we have to wait till next season. *cries*. SOOOO, let’s make this one count.
GIRLS has been both wildly popular and wildly controversial since its debut on HBO a couple months back but I’ve loved it since day one. If you can take it for what it is, a show about a bunch of girls with first world problems that they usually cause themselves, then you can enjoy it too.
Sunday’s episode was no exception for me. **SPOILER ALERT!** Marnie is moving out of the apartment and I am super sad over this. Hannah seeks solace in her boyfriend who’s name I totally cannot remember mostly because he really just annoys the H out of me. I will say, however, that in the last few episodes that actor has had some amazing scenes, including the finale. I’ll get to that part later.
The girls get a cryptic invitation via text from Jessa for “the most important party of her life” and already the wheels in my head are turning at the possibilities. Jessa hasn’t been my favorite character throughout the series. I have kind of a love/hate relationship with her. But for as much as she annoys me I can appreciate her individualism and her nonchalance about life in general. Continue Reading…